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Restaurants opening soon in London

Keep up to date with the latest restaurants, cafés and gastropubs opening soon in London

By Time Out London Food & Drink |
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JANUARY 2020: We can’t wait for Parisian burger masters Big Fernand's restaurant in South Kensington; L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele in Soho, the second London branch from the Neapolitan pizza specialists; Dominique Ansel Treehouse in Covent Garden, cronut inventor Dominique Ansel's first sit-down restaurant in Europe; and Muse in Belgravia by Michelin starred chef Tom Aikens. 

Time Out’s food editors have rounded up their pick of the latest cafés, gastropubs and restaurants opening soon in London. These talked-about eateries are set to arrive in the capital in the coming weeks and months. Opening dates change frequently – often at the last minute, so always ring first to confirm. 

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Restaurants opening soon in London

Restaurants, Turkish

Baraka

Hoxton

What? An all-day Anatolian restaurant.

Where? The City.

When? January 2020.

Restaurants, Burgers

Big Fernand

South Kensington

What? Parisian burger masters Big Fernand open a joint in the capital, making it the group's second attempt in the Big Smoke. 

Where? South Kensington.

When? January 2020. 

Restaurants, American

Boom Bap Burger

Bethnal Green

What? The first permanent site from the burger and beats restaurant, which has a stall at Tooting Market.

Where? Bethnal Green.

When? January 2020. 

Restaurants, Contemporary European

Dominique Ansel Treehouse

Covent Garden

What? Europe's first sit-down restaurant from pastry chef Dominique Ansel, the man famed for inventing the cronut.

Where? Covent Garden.

When? Expected to open at the end of January. 

Restaurants, Korean

Seoul Bird

Shepherd’s Bush

What? The second London restaurant from TV personality and Korean-American chef Judy Joo.

Where? White City.

When? January 2020. 

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Restaurants, British

Muse

Belgravia

What? A 25-cover restaurant from Michelin starred chef Tom Aikens.

Where? Belgravia.

When? January 2020. 

 

Restaurants, Turkish

Oklava Bakery + Wine

Fitzrovia

What? The second branch of Oklava, billed as a Turkish-Cypriot bakery and restaurant, on the former site of Kyseri, run by the same team.

Where? Fitzrovia.

When? January 2020. 

Restaurants, Italian

Pastaio

Shepherd’s Bush

What? The second branch of the casual pasta joint.

Where? White City.

When? January 2020.

Restaurants, West African

Akoko

Fitzrovia

What? A west African restaurant with head chef William JM Chilila – a finalist from Masterchef: The Professionals.

Where? Fitzrovia.

When? February 2019. 

Restaurants, Food court

The Courtyard at Goods Way

King’s Cross

What? An all-day food hall from Venue Group, the team behind Flat Iron Square in Borough, which is headed up by Mumford & Sons’ Ben Lovett.

Where? King's Cross. 

When? Week of February 17, 2020.

 

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Restaurants, Nigerian

Chuku's

Tottenham

What? Claiming to be the 'the world's first Nigerian tapas restaurant', Chuku's first bricks and mortar site in Tottenham follows successful pop-ups in the capital.

Where? Tottenham.

When? February 2020.

Restaurants, Indian

Gymkhana

Mayfair

What? The Michelin-starred Indian restaurant, which reopens in February 2020 after being temporarily closed due to a fire.

Where? Mayfair. 

When? February 2020.

Restaurants, Sri Lankan

Hoppers

King’s Cross

What? The third branch of the Sri Lankan restaurant in King's Cross.

Where? King's Cross.

When? February 2020.

 

Restaurants, Italian

Padella

Shoreditch

What? The second branch of critically-acclaimed, fresh pasta specialists Padella.

Where? Shoreditch. 

When? Expected to open by the end of February 2020. 

Restaurants, Food court

The Pantechnicon

Belgravia

What? A 10,000 sq ft retail and restaurant space with a bar, restaurant and roof terrace.

Where? Belgravia.

When? Spring 2020. 

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